Companies and Climate Change

Theory and Law in the United Kingdom

Company law can and should act as a bridge (rather than a barrier) to progressive corporate climate action. Les mer
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Company law can and should act as a bridge (rather than a barrier) to progressive corporate climate action.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction; 2. Theorizing the Company in the Context of Climate Change; 3. English Company Law and Climate Change; 4. International and Transnational Climate Change Law and Policies; 5. Domestic Climate and Energy Regulation; 6. Companies, Human Rights and Climate Litigation; 7. Fiscal Barriers and Incentives to Corporate Climate Action; 8. Conclusion.

Om forfatteren

Lisa Benjamin is Assistant Professor at Lewis & Clark Law School. Professor Benjamin was a corporate and commercial lawyer in London for seven years before teaching international environmental and company law at the University of The Bahamas. She became an advisor to the Government of The Bahamas on climate change, including representing the country at the UNFCCC negotiations and as part of the Paris Agreement negotiations. She is currently a member of the UNFCCC Compliance Committee (Facilitative Branch) which assesses country reports under the Kyoto Protocol.